A 3 minute 45 second chat with Muhammad Khaldi in Khawalid, a Bedouin Arab village in northern Israel, and his son Ishmael Khaldi, who is the deputy consul of the Consulate General of Israel to the Pacific Northwest in San Francisco. We had the talk during a visit to the Khaldi home by a group of 10 Innovation Israel bloggers from the San Francisco Bay Area. Both Ishmael and Deborah Schultz interpret Muhammad's remarks from Arabic into English. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: arabic, israel
A Public Domain Compiled Critique FREE RAMBLE Credits Eternal Thanks To Larry Sanger, Founder Wikipedia Brewster Kahle, Founder Internet Archive Rick Prelinger, Founder Prelinger Films Mink -- All Material â¢ Public Domain â¢ Creative Commons Movies: 1942 Our Town Today http://www.archive.org/details/our_town_today Albania 1 http://www.archive.org/details/Joshleo-Albania1419 America's Distribution of Wealth : National Education Program http://www.archive.org/details/Americas1955 American... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Free Ramble, Big Buiness, Evil, Public Donain, Critique, George Putnam, Chris Packer
"Flemington, NJ: The Attorney-General declares himself satisfied that the state's completed case will result in the conviction of Hauptmann as the kidnapper and murdered of Lindbergh's son." - sound of prosecuter saying he has rested its case; newsreel ending. (partial newsreel) ( 1 reviews )
A short tribute to artists who have, or have had, depression and/or bipolar disorder. Vincent Van Gogh, Robert Schumann, Virginia Wolf, Abbie Hoffman, Kurt Corbain, Vivian Leigh, Adam Ant, Linda Hamilton, Mel Gibson, Axl Rose, Brian Wilson, Burgess Meredith, Carrie Fisher, Charly Pride, Dick Cavett, Connie Francis, Ernst Hemingway, Jack Irons, Jane Pauley, Jean-Claude Damme, Kristy McNichol, Margot Kidder, Sophie Anderson, Patty Duke, Ozzy Osbourne, Richard Dreyfuss, Sinead O'Conner, Edgar... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: celebrities, musicians, artists, writers, bipolar disorder, depression, Vincent Van Gogh, Robert...
Barbara Schubert and the University of Chicago Symphony Orchestra perform Edmund Meisel's original score to director Sergei Eisenstein's historical film "Battleship Potemkin". ( 3 reviews ) Topics: cinema, 20th century, soviet, russian, sergei eisenstein, university of chicago, movie, film
Independent film, "The Man with the Twisted Lip -- A Simon Hawke Mystery" When Eric St. Claire disapears, his wife Melissa is terrified. She calls for the help of the only person who can solve her case, Simon Hawke. Unlike most cases, the St. Claire disapearance is full of twists and turns. Was Eric St. Claire mudered? Has he ran out of town, taking his fortune with him? And what about the mysterious beggar who was found in the hotel room Eric St. Claire was last seen in? Will Mrs.... ( 2 reviews ) Topics: simon hawke, mystery, film noir, sherlock holmes, adam schoales, schoales, jessica harrison,...
Three men are stranded during a storm when their car gets stuck in the mud along a country road. They take refuge in a nearby mansion. It is the anniversary of a death at the mansion, and there is the palpable presence of his ghost. While arguing about the death the lights go out, and when they come back on the widow of the dead man has disappeared. Stars: John Miljan, June Collyer, Richard Carle, Henry Kolker, Johnny Arthur, Spencer Charters, Donald Kirke, and Eve Southern IMDb Page The 620MB... ( 4 reviews ) Topics: Mystery, Comedy, Maniac
Librivox recording of Women in Love by D. H. Lawrence. Read by Ruth Golding. Women in Love is a novel by British author D. H. Lawrence published in 1920. It is a sequel to his earlier novel The Rainbow (1915), and follows the continuing loves and lives of the Brangwen sisters, Gudrun and Ursula. Gudrun Brangwen, an artist, pursues a destructive relationship with Gerald Crich, an industrialist. Lawrence contrasts this pair with the love that develops between Ursula and Rupert Birkin, an... ( 4 reviews ) Topics: librivox, audiobooks, literature, English novel, fiction Source: Librivox recording of a public-domain text
After an airliner makes a forced landing at night in the desert, the passengers take refuge in a large unoccupied house. It is not long before one of them is mysteriously murdered. ( 6 reviews ) Topics: Frank R. Strayer, Gene Morgan, Doris Hill
A madman shrieks as the body of a man falls from an upper floor of an apartment building, bringing unwanted attention from a rival reporter to a racketeering case an undercover reporter is investigating. Stars: Ginger Rogers and Lyle Talbot IMDb Page The 665MB MPEG4 file was derived from the 1.7GB MPEG2 found on this page. ( 6 reviews ) Topics: Mystery, Thriller, Murder, Reporters
A Siamese twin kills the husband who left her. The courts have to decide if she is convicted of murder, how can they punish her sister, who had nothing to do with the crime? ( 6 reviews ) Topics: Crime, Drama
Aliens resurrect dead humans as zombies and vampires to stop human kind from creating the Solaranite (a sort of sun-driven bomb). - IMDB Description ( 9 reviews ) Topics: Sci-Fi, Ed Wood, Movie Powder, avi, pdmovies
Written and directed by Francis Ford Coppola, this horror film depicts a strange family, complete with insanity and axe murders. This film scared the hell out of me as a kid. ( 8 reviews ) Topics: horror, Francis Ford Coppola
Season One Episode 16 (5 January 1959) An honest union leader is killed with a car bomb and suspicion falls on his chief rival, who hires Gunn to clear his name. This video is public domain because it was registered as a published film PETER GUNN. Spartan Productions. Approx. 29 min. each, sd., b&w. 16mm. Spartan Productions. The Fuse. 5 Jan 59 (in notice: 1958) LP 15083 and never renewed. ( 8 reviews ) Topics: Classic Tv, Peter Gunn, Craig Stevens, Blake Edwards, Private Detective
Evil Scientist Zolok (William 'Stage' Boyd), located deep in a Magnetic Mountain of darkest Africa, uses electricity to create earthquakes and distruction all over the world. One lone scientist, Bruce Gordon (Kane Richmond) shoulders the massive task of batteling this evil genius in this 12 part serial. ( 9 reviews ) Topics: Serial, Cliffhanger, The Lost City
From the IMDb: "The credits on the version of this movie which exists today are actually for the movie "Mad Doctor of Blood Island" and bear no relation to this film. This comes from when they were originally intended to be released as a double feature. "Contrary to popular belief, this film was not directed by Kenneth G. Crane, was not made in 1970, was not produced by Toei Company, and was not titled "The Double Garden". It was originally filmed in 1966 as... ( 9 reviews ) Topics: Sci-Fi, Horror, B-Movie
Considered one of the most important films in the history of silent pictures, as well as possibly Eisenstein's greatest work, Battleship Potemkin brought Eisenstein's theories of cinema art to the world in a powerful showcase; his emphasis on montage, his stress of intellectual contact, and his treatment of the mass instead of the individual as the protagonist. The film tells the story of the mutiny on the Russian ship Prince Potemkin during the 1905 uprising. ( 11 reviews ) Topics: Silent, Drama, History, War
Follows a young woman through her clerical training and job search. Shows pre-World War II offices and office workers, primarily women. One of Coronet's earliest educational films. ( 10 reviews ) Topics: Social guidance, Occupations: Clerical, Gender roles
1948 B thriller shot by renowned cinematographer John Alton, who was also involved with the following films already available on the archive: T-Men (1947), He walked by night (1948), Hollow triumph (aka The scar) (1948), The crooked way (1949), Reign of Terror (1949) and The big combo (1955). IMDB page: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0040829/ Two years after the accidental death of her husband, Christine Faber (Lynn Bari) is trying to put her life back together and move forward. However, strange... ( 10 reviews ) Topics: Turhan Bey, Lynn Bari, Cathy O'Donnell, Richard Carlson, John Alton, Film Noir
AKA: Bombsight Stolen A wartime evacuee (George Cole) from London arrives in a small Scottish village to stay in Mrs Barrington's (Jeanne De Casalis) cottage. However the arrival of a wounded Spitfire pilot (John Mills) and a mysterious bald gentleman (Alastair Sim) means the boy must stay in the Barrington's house. At the house Mr Barrington (Leslie Banks) and his assistant (Michael Wilding) are working on a top-secret new bombsight to help the war effort. Ronald begins to notice strange... ( 12 reviews ) Topics: Mystery, Thriller, War, Leslie Banks
CENTENNIAL REVIEW (Published on April 26, 2013): The Murder of Little Mary Phagan was written by Mary Phagan-Kean (Born: Friday, June 5, 1953) & published by New Horizon Press (September 15, 1989). 'The Murder of Little Mary Phagan' by Mary Phagan-Kean is an exceptionally insightful semi-autobiographical sketch detailing a fascinating journey exploring one of the most infamous & sensational criminal cases in the annals of early 20th century Southern legal history. What makes this book... ( 20 reviews ) Topics: Mary Phagan, Leo Frank, Pedophilia, Anti-Semitism, Jewish, Jew, Anti-Semite, Racism, Confederate,...
Host Jack Webb tells of what America would be like under communism. Produced in the early sixties,this is a frightening tale of a typical American family, and what that same family would look like under the "Red Nightmare". Just the facts. mam. One note: After reviewing some of the comments made concerning this film, I feel compelled to state the following: Before anyone criticizes this film, you have to judge it in terms of the the time it was produced. Anyone of us who lived through... ( 16 reviews ) Topics: red menace, jack webb, communisium